Full time: Liverpool 3-1 Cardiff City
Full time: Crystal Palace 0-3 Newcastle United
Full time: Fulham 2-4 Manchester City
Full time: Manchester United 3-1 West Ham United
Full time: Stoke City 2-1 Aston Villa
Full time: Sunderland 0-0 Norwich City
Full time: West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Hull City
17:00: So full time in all of the six 3pm kick offs in the Premier League. No doubt where the game of the day was, as Manchester City had to beat Fulham twice in a six-goal thriller at Craven Cottage. Manchester United were able to follow that result with a win of their own.
Newcastle United remain in the Champions League hunt after beating Crystal Palace and Stoke City have inflicted upon Aston Villa a third successive defeat.
West Brom needed a late equaliser to steal a point from Hull City while finally, 10-man Sunderland could only draw with Norwich City.
That's about all the time we've got. There are two further games tomorrow afternoon, with Southampton hosting Tottenham and Swansea City taking on Everton. Until then, goodbye.
Red card: Wes Brown (Sunderland)
Goal: West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Hull City (Matej Vydra)
Goal: Crystal Palace 0-3 Newcastle United (Hatem ben Arfa)
Goal: Fulham 2-4 Manchester City (James Milner)
16:42: Alex Buttner replaces Patrice Evra and with United still sorting out their defence, West ham pounce with a consolation. Carlton Cole steals in and tucks beyond De Gea.
Goal: Manchester United 3-1 West Ham United (Carlton Cole)
16:38: Another twist in this terrific game at the Cottage. David Silva plays a deft pass in the inside right channel and Navas collects the pass and beats Stekelenburg at his near post. Superb finish.
Goal: Fulham 2-3 Manchester City (Jesus Navas)
Goal: Manchester United 3-0 West Ham United (Ashley Young)
16:30: Fulham complete the turnaround at Craven Cottage with the most bizzarre goal of the afternoon as Kompany slices the ball into his own net. Meanwhile, at Old Trafford, Young curls a beauty into the top corner. points going to the champions.
Goal: Fulham 2-2 Manchester City (Vincent Kompany own goal)
Goal: Stoke City 2-1 Aston Villa (Peter Crouch)
16:29: Ball in the net at Old Trafford but Javier Hernandez's strike is ruled out. On reflection, incorrectly.
Goal: Stoke City 1-1 Aston Villa (Libor Kozak)
16:10: City caught on the break as Fulham get back in the game. Taarabt is the outball and he crosses for Richardson to stroke into the net.
Goal: Fulham 1-2 Manchester City (Kieron Richardson)
Goal: Stoke City 1-0 Aston Villa (Charlie Adam)
16:05: Second halfs are underway in the Premier League
15:49: Half time across the country in the Premier League. Back with more from the top flight in the second half.
15:45: City's away day blues seem a world away as they double their lead at Fulham. Martin Demichellis is free at the back post from a Silva corner and despite being denied by Stekelenburg, Kompany pounces on the rebound to make sure.
Goal: Fulham 0-2 Manchester City (Vincent Kompany)
Goal: Crystal Palace 0-2 Newcastle United (Danny Gabbidon own goal)
15:38: Januzaj wanted a penalty after being felled by Noble but he now has United's second with a classy goal. Welbeck feeds the winger in the bos, he turns inside Danny Collins, and strokes home.
Goal: Manchester United 2-0 West Ham United (Adnan Januzaj)
15:33: Joe Hart is having a busy afternoon at Craven Cottage and it's Taarabt who is the threat again but the England goalkeeper turned his effort behind.
Goal: West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Hull City (Jake Livermore)
15:28: The champions hit the front and Danny Welbeck is the scorer. The ex-Preston loanee exchanges passes with Wayne Rooney and gets away from James Collins beofre sweeping past Adrian.
Goal: Manchester United 1-0 West Ham United (Danny Welbeck)
Goal: Crystal Palace 0-1 Newcastle united (Yohan Cabaye)
15:26: Some debate over the award of a City free-kick after Silva appears to run into Steve Sidwell. But no debate over the quality of the resulting set-piece, which sees Yaya Toure curl a beauty which bounces into the roof of the net. Oustanding goal.
Goal: Fulham 0-1 Manchester City (Yaya Toure)
15:15: Chances aplenty at Craven Cottage. First, the returning Joe Hart make a superb save from Taarabt before Silva rattles the bar after Dzeko's pull back.
15:08: Free kick for West Ham and Mark Noble's floated ball causes problems but Guy Demel attempts a acrobatic effort but he only connects with Jonny Evans a free-kick is awarded.
15:03: Jussi Jaaskelainen has been left out by Sam Allardyce in favour of Adrian and the goalkeeper is forced into an early save from Tom Clevereley from an early United corner. Not a bad way to start your Premier League debut.
15:00: Underway across the country.
Crystal Palace: Speroni, Mariappa, Gabbidon, Delaney, Moxey, Puncheon, Ward, Jedinak, Bannan, Chamakh, Jerome.
Newcastle United: Krul, Debuchy, Williamson, Coloccini, Santon, Tiote, Anita, Cabaye, Sissoko, Remy, Gouffran.
Fulham: Stekelenburg; Riether, Senderos, Hughes, Riise; Dejagah, Karagounis, Parker, Sidwell, Richardson; Taarabt
Manchester City: Hart, Clichy, Kompany, Demichelis, Kolarov, Nasri, Fernandinho, Yaya Toure, Silva, Dzeko, Negredo
Manchester United: De Gea, Rafael, Evra, Evans, Smalling, Januzaj, Valencia, Jones, Cleverley, Rooney, Welbeck
West Ham United: Adrian, Demel, Tomkins, Collins, McCartney, Noble, Morrison, Taylor, Jarvis, Maiga, Diame
Sunderland: Mannone, Celustka, O'Shea, Brown, Bardsley, Cattermole, Borini, Larsson, Ki, Giaccherini, Altidore.
Norwich City: Ruddy, Whittaker, Turner, Bassong, Olsson, Snodgrass, Johnson, Fer, Redmond, Elmander, Hooper.
West Bromwich Albion: Foster, Billy Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell, Morrison, Mulumbu, Sinclair, Sessegnon, Brunt, Long.
Hull City: McGregor, Chester, Bruce, Davies, Elmohamady, Livermore, Huddlestone, Meyler, Figueroa, Sagbo, Graham.
14:50: So with proceedings over at Anfield, lets turn our attention to the six 3pm kick offs in the Premier League. We'll be focusing particularly on Fulham v Manchester City and Manchester United v West Ham United. Team news to come.
14:40: Liverpool go top of the Premier League after doing the damage in the first half against Cardiff City. Luis Suarez now has 20 goals for the season after netting twice, either side of Raheem Sterling's goal. Jordan Mutch did nod in Cardiff a second half goal but will it be enough to save Malky Mackay?
Full time: Liverpool 3-1 Cardiff City
14:31: Suarez goes through for Liverpool but Marshall denies him a trebel, for now, with a low save.
14:24: Coutinho off Daniel Agger on as we enter the last seven minutes. Not been a cracking second half this one.
14:18: Liverpool almost put the game to bed as Sterling goes through, is challenged fairly but Marshall but the bal breaks Suarez's way, but his effort strikes the post from a tight angle.
14:15: Raheem Sterling booked for a nasty lunge as Liverpool continue to be put on the backfoot. Cardiff have impressed in the second half.
14:12: Full time in the early Championship kick-off where 1st played 3rd, Leicester City have beaten leaders Queens Park Rangers 1-0 through Jamie Vardy's first half goal at Loftus Road. The Foxes go level on points at the summit.
14:07: Another chance for Cardiff. Whittingham's free-kick is again deep and Ben Turner gets the header in but Mignolet easily saves. Admirable fight for Mackay's men.
14:03: No doubt that Cardiff are a different force having struck early in the second half and they almost get a second as Mutch rises highest from a corner but can only head over.
14:02: Well, Cardiff owner Vincent Tan hasn't long re-emerged for the second half and he arrives in time to see his side cut the deficet. A free-kick from the left is swung to the back post and Jordan Mutch heads home.
Goal: Liverpool 3-1 Cardiff City (Jordan Mutch)
13:57: Easy to forget that these sides have to play three games in seven days so a few changes which include Jon Flanagan being replaced by Martin Kelly.
13:53: Half chance for Liverpool to extend their lead as Coutinho shoots goalwards but he can't hit the target.
13:46: Both teams are back out for the second half. Cardiff are playing for pride now, if not points in the remainder of this game. For Liverpool, they're heading to the top of the Premier League. Second half underway.
13:42: So is Malky Mackay giving his final half-time team talk as Cardiff City manager? it must be among his most difficult with Liverpool threatening to run ragged. And are we watched the best in-form player in world football right now? Hard to say otherwise.
13:36: As is often the way for Liverpool this season, it's the Luis Suarez show. he takes his season tally to 20 in the first half against a Cardiff side whose manager Malky Mackay must be pleading to be put out of his misery. Suarez set up Raheem Sterling either side of netting twice for the Reds in a one-way first half.
Half time: Liverpool 3-0 Cardiff City
13:34: Amazing finish to the first half. Henderson plays a dinked backheel into the path of Suarez, who curls a beauty into the far corner beyond Marshall.
Goal: Liverpool 3-0 Cardiff City (Luis Suarez)
13:29: Cardiff are completely caught out by a Henderson through pass and they have three attackers baring down on goal. Suarez finds Sterling, who taps into an empty net. It had been coming, and Cardiff are looking toothless.
Goal: Liverpool 2-0 Cardiff City (Raheem Sterling)
13:26: Three chances in as many mintes for Liverpool, who are running cardiff ragged. First Coutinho hits the post from a tight angle. Then Martin Skrtel heads over from a free-kick before Marshall turns aside Raheem Sterling's shot. The home side are in command.
13:11: Joe Allen lifts the back into the penalty area and the ball falls for Suarez, who swings a right boot at the ball and it flys beyond David Marshall. A new contract marked with his 18th goal of the season. A goal in a sixth successful home game and you wouldn't be surprised if he adds more before the afternoon is up.
Goal: Liverpool 1-0 Cardiff City (Luis Suarez)
13:04: Suarez has been on the edge of proceedings but he gets involved finnally, seeing his effort delfected behind for a corner.
13:01: Best chance of the game so far and it comes for Cardiff. Craig Noone is fed and after Sakho allows him to come onto his favoured left foot, the cracks on goalwards but is denied by Mignolet. Now Jordan Mutch heads wide from the subsequent corner. The Bluebirds are on top.
12:52: Suarez sees his first shot blocked by but the deflection goes Liverpool's way and Henderson feeds Coutinho and blasts wide. Early pressure.
12:48: Early chance for Liverpool and that man Suarez, who volley's goalwards but can only find the side-netting
12:46: Big hug from Malky Mackay to Brendan Rodgers just before kick-off. A timely friendly face for the Cardiff boss. Underway at Anfield.
12:42: Teams in the tunnel at Anfield. Interesting atmosphere in Merseyside this lunchtime
12:36: Just a word on the two teams. Liverpool are unchanged from the 5-0 win over Tottenham, so Luis Suarez does lead the attack 24 hours after signing a new contract. Cardiff make one change for what could be mMalky Mackay's final game in charge, with Frazier Campbell replaced by Aron Gunnarsson.
12:24: Liverpool can of course go top of the Premier League ahead of Arsenal's trip to Chelsea on Monday, with a win against Cardiff who themselves only have one away win all season but can boast a victory over Manchester City.
12:14: Malky Mackay remains focused on this afternoon's game at Anfield and will address his future when the time is right. That's the line from the Cardiff manager before his side take on Liverpool. Frankly, he should be appluaded for turning up at all.
Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Flanagan, Skrtel, Sakho, Lucas, Allen, Henderson, Coutinho, Sterling, Suarez.
Cardiff City: Marshall, Theophile-Catherine, Taylor, Medel, Caulker, Turner, Odemwingie, Mutch, Gunnarsson, Whittingham, Noone.
12:00: The bell is tolling for Malky Mackay. Having survived the sack, for the time being, the Scot leads Cardiff City at in-form Liverpool in what is expected to be his final game in charge after being urged to resign by owner Vincent Tan.
His potentially final fixture comes against a Liverpool team who have made a habit of ending managerial tenurse, with their 5-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur eventually seeing Andre Villas-Boas sacked on Monday.
Luis Suarez, with 17 goals in 11 league games, has a new contract to celebrate and Cardiff will fear being another victim of the Uruguayan's devilish form.
The game at the Anfield in the early kick-off in the Premier League, but we have six other games for you including both of the Manchester clubs in action. An early Christmas present if you will.